Pork In The Pines

As everyone in the northland knows, the riding season will have to end.
Why not end it in style?


COME PARTY WITH A PIG

      WHO: One and all are invited 
    WHAT: Pork in the Pines pig roast
    WHEN: Labor Day Weekend, September 2 thru September 5, 2011

WHERE: Gary (Grandpagak) Kloehn's Place                      

                39180 Old Oak Tree Road, LaPorte, MN
      WHY: Because we can
     COST: We will be accepting donations to cover the costs.



The Minnesota Venture Riders are extending an open invitation to one and all to Venture into Minnesota over the Labor Day Weekend and join us for the Fourth Annual Pork in the Pines pig roast.

Free Camping - group rides through the lakes region - maintenance workshop -
fun - and most of all, friendship.  Come renew old acquaintances, make new friends, and help the Minnesota members bring their riding season to an end in style.

There are several good motels in the area for those who don’t feel like camping. 

There are also several casinos just a few miles away.

Highlights

Liars and fryers campfire Saturday and Sunday Nights

Local Rides Saturday and Sunday

Saturday Maintenance Day for those that need to work on their scoots, trailers or whatever. Tools (you may still want to bring your own) and equipment will be available as well and an indoor work area.

And of course, THE FOOD!
Chili social Friday night

On site breakfast Saturday morning

Pig Roast with all the fixings Saturday evening

On site breakfast Sunday morning

Pulled pork lunch Sunday afternoon





News Events

Registrations

Aug 15 2011

 Registrations are pouring in!  Sign up now and get prefered camping next to the portapotty.

Registration

Aug 13 2011

Online registration is open. Please register if you plan to attend. We just need to know how big a pig to get.

Camping Spaces

Aug 13 2011

We've got plenty of room for people that want to camp at the rally.  Don't be shy and pitch a tent. We're all doing it.

Alarm Clocks

Aug 13 2011

 There is no need to bring an alarm clock, the roosters will alert y'all to when it's time to get up and ride.